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Miami International Airport Sighting

Definition: Reports of sightings of Captain Loft at the Miami Airport.

 

Although Captain Loft was the first of the spirits to be seen on the flights that used salvaged parts from Flight 401, he was also seen within the Miami International Airport after Eastern Airlines went out of business.

The following is a quote form a book by Greg Jenkins describing the sighting.

"A misty form fitting the description of Captain Loft has been seen walking down the corridors of Miami International Airport where the old Eastern Airline Ticket counters once stood then fading into once was Eastern Airline's Concourse."

Collections:

Eastern Flight 401

 

Related Categories:

| Repo, Donald Louis | The Ghost of Flight 401 (TV Movie 1978) - IMDb | Loft, Robert Albin | About Flight 401 | Flight 401 - Possible Explanation | Lockheed L-1011 Cockpit | Lockheed L-1011 Landing Gear Lever | Lockheed L-1011 Inside the Hell Hole | Flight 401 - Flight Log | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 1 | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 2 | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 3 | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 4 | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 5 | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 6 | Official Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 - History, Photos, Survivors and Tribute | The Flight 401 Was A Normal Flight | Johnson, Charles | Flight 401 Normal - Faulty Auto Pilot | Flight 401 - Autopilot indicator | Song - The Ghost of Flight 401 - Lyrics | The Ghost of Flight 401: Mystery Files | Flight 401 - First Response | Marquis, Robert | Flight 401 - Survivors and those who were lost | Raposa, Beverly | Ghosts of Flight 401 - 7 | The Ghost of Flight 401 (TV 1978) - YouTube | Flight 401 - Flight Crew Fatal Photograph | Possible Curse of Seminole Indians | NTSB Crash Report (Flight 401) | Flight 401 Crash Site Hauntings |

Resources:

  BOOK: Florida's Ghostly Legends and Haunted Folklore: South and Central Florida - Greg Jenkins

 

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